Four construction firms selected to build US-Mexico border wall prototypes

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August 31, 2017 23:20
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WASHINGTON - The Trump administration has selected four construction companies to build concrete prototypes for a wall on the US border with Mexico, US Customs and Border Protection said on Thursday.

The four companies are Caddell Construction Co of Montgomery, Alabama; Fisher Sand & Gravel Co of Tempe, Arizona; Texas Sterling Construction Co of Houston; and W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Company of Philadelphia, Mississippi, the agency said.

The four contracts range in price from about $400,000 to about $500,000, CBP said. The prototypes will be 30 feet(9 meters) tall and about 30 feet wide and will be tested in San Diego, it said.

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